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Author M. F. Sullivan Gives Interview About THE LIGHTNING STENOGRAPHY DEVICE, Lysergic Acid, and Alchemy, Courtesy of Ari Augustine

Hello, readers. Just wanted to swing by to let you know that my interview with the fabulous Ari Augustine is live on her blog, Ravenous for Reads. Readers interested in the process of THR LSD or my writing process are in for a treat. Click here to check it out, but be sure to get your 99 cent ebook copy of THE LIGHTNING STENOGRAPHY DEVICE, Amazon’s #1 New Release in

An Analysis Of The Alchemical Tradition Behind BOOK OF THE NEW SUN, Part I: Urth, Ushas, And Unus Mundus

Hello, readers! We’re one week away from the release of The Lightning Stenography Device, so be sure to get your copy on Amazon! Without further ado, please enjoy Part I of a whopping 6 part (!!!) essay that I’ve wanted to do since last year. Although it is my (increasingly validated) hypothesis that all works of art follow the patterns identified in hermeticism and alchemy, some works of art draw

UNDERSTANDING THE LIGHTNING STENOGRAPHY DEVICE: A User’s Guide to 2018’s Most Psychedelic Novel

[A/N: Hello, loyal readers. I’ve missed you; have you missed me? As my fiction writing schedule lulls into an editing phase before I turn my attentions to an in-progress visual novel, I wanted to take the time to develop a few essays for you. What better way to get into the swing of analyzing than by doing so with my own work? If you haven’t already read THE LIGHTNING STENOGRAPHY

The Devil in Hannibal Lecter, Part II: Become As Little Children

In our last essay, we spent a lot of time talking about the character of Hannibal Lecter, but what about Will Graham? After all, he’s the man who catches Hannibal in the novels, and in the television series, he is the man who, unintentionally, catches Hannibal’s heart. This is not, by any stretch of the imagination, an uncommon trait of the Devil, who has, in most all forms of literature,

Here I Am, Not Quite Dying: An Analysis of the Esoteric Catalog of Musical Magus, David Bowie

Growing up, I wasn’t allowed to listen to David Bowie. Though my father listened to all manner of punk, goth and progressive rock, the Buddha of suburbia was too esoteric for his Catholic tastes. I distinctly recall once sitting at the coffee table when, prompted, I am certain, by some commercial or television show, my father announced in reference to the song ‘Oh! You Pretty Things’ something to the snide

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